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  • Spread Your Garment Over Me

    by Gillette Elvgren
    • 10 - 60 minutes
    • 1 - 12 Females

    A monologue collection by Gillette Elvgren, based on women from the Bible, presents issues of faith, religion, and contemporary challenges. SPREAD YOUR GARMENT OVER ME (Ruth, 3:9) is written as a series of monologues and songs which capture the spirit and character of several women revealed to us in the Bible.

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  • Between Trains

    by Juanita Rockwell
    • 70 minutes
    • 5 Male, 3 Female, Doubling Possible Cast: 7 - 14

    Wendell wakes up in a train station between Maybe and Nowhere. Inspired by Buddhist teachings on the nature of the mind, this new play, with songs written Juanita Rockwell, asks what happens when there’s an opportunity to make a choice.

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  • Feathers in the Wind - Play Script Book Cover

    Feathers in the Wind

    by David Rush
    • 100 minutes
    • 5 Males 4 Females Min 8 Max 15+

    A whimsical musical by David Rush weaves together a collection of Jewish folk tales about the wise fools of Chelm into a single fable.  As Rabbi Itzik searches the world for his scattered congregation, he recounts the rise and fall of his little village that proved time and again that “God loves the people of Chelm.” Along the way, he recounts the many trials and tribulations of his village. You’ll meet the young lovers Berel and Esther, Esther’s foolish, but resourceful father Schossel, the thrifty café owners Mendel and Bendel and maybe even one of the Rothschilds! This delightful musical will leave you howling with laughter and maybe even a tear or two.

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  • Nat Turner’s Last Struggle: Finding His Way Home

    by P. A. Wray
    • 50 - 60 minutes
    • 1 Male 1 Female Max/Min 2

    This one-act two character play opens mysteriously during the pre-dawn hours of November 5, 1831, the day Nat Turner, leader of the slave insurrection of Southampton County, Virginia, is tried, convicted and sentenced to die for the killing of 60 whites. Seven days after the trial Turner is executed under a tree. He emerges in darkness where he begins to fear he has been abandoned. Once he is given light he struggles to make his case – taking us on a journey where we see a bright, little slave boy grow into a divinely-inspired freedom fighter

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  • Royal Tea Fairytale Play Script Book Cover

    Royal Tea

    by Cindy Rock Dlugolecki
    • 45 Minutes
    • 7 Women

    In this one-act comedy musical by Cindy Rock Dlugoleck, the Fairy Godmother is announcing her retirement!  What are they ever to do? Goldilocks, Aurora, Cinderella and other fairy tale heroines go into a tizzy.  How will they cope? Who will guide them?

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  • Hymn to the Chesapeake

    by Robert P. Arthur
    • 95 Minutes
    • 5 Males, 5 Females, Max/Min 10

    This award-winning musical play has been adapted from the book Hymn to the Chesapeake, ROAD Publishers, 33412 Lankford Highway, Painter, Virginia 23420. The author, Robert P.Arthur, uses fragments of actual conversations, traditional melodies, adapted lyrics from traditional songs, captions, etc. He also uses the works of various painters, photographers, and writers as inspirations for various poems.


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  • Cinderella, Boots, Class & a Little Sass

    by Lori M. Myers
    • 30-45 minutes
    • 1 Male, 4 Females, Max/Min Cast 5

    Cinderella meets and lassoes her handsome prince in this country-western version of the classic kid’s tale. A Musical for youth by Lori M. Myers

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  • Canterbury Tales Adaptation Play Script Cover Image

    Canterbury Tales

    by Gillette Elvgren
    • 90 Minutes
    • 3+ Males, 4+ Females, Max Cast 20+, Min Cast 8

    A new adaptation by Gillette Elvgren, of an old classic, this version of Chaucer’s famous tales captures the wonderful picaresque energy of the original in dramatic form. Presented in this full length treatment are the Prologue, The Wife of Bath’s Tale, The Miller’s Tale, The Man of Law’s Tale, the Pardoner’s Tale and The Nun’s Priests Tale.

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  • As We See Him

    by Doris Gwaltney
    • 60 Minutes
    • Choir

    This Christmas Cantata celebrates the different faces of Jesus and the diversity and tolerance that he espoused. Consisting of original poetry, Biblical quotes, and traditional carols, it brings the birth of Jesus alive for modern choirs and utilizes a Chancel Choir, a Children's Choir, and readers.

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